The world’s largest and unique jungle safari is going to be built in Delhi-NCR – Bollywood Keeda

Work has been started on the world’s largest Aravali Safari Park to be built in the foothills of Aravali in Gurugram and Nuh. While presenting the budget in the Assembly on Friday, the Chief Minister said that a safari park will be built on ten thousand acres in Gurugram-Nuh. People across the country and the world are interested in the world’s largest and unique jungle safari. Jungle Safari is to be built in several phases. The first phase will be completed in two years.

The Chief Minister said that it will be developed in three phases. A target of about two years has been set to complete the first phase. A two stage tender process has been adopted to provide design consultancy services for developing a safari park in line with the Biodiversity Park concept.

The plan of a leopard park of about 15 km is also associated with the world’s largest jungle safari. According to Additional Chief Conservator of Forests Mahendra Singh Malik, recent surveys have revealed leopard dominated areas. In which parts the number of leopards is more? This has been found out. The plan to conserve leopards by building a leopard park from Sohna to Damdama is old, but it will be linked to the jungle safari because the area of ​​the jungle safari will also be the same.

In the 10 thousand acre Aravalli Jungle Safari, 6000 acres of Gurugram and 4000 acres of Nuh land are to be included. The villages of Gurugram include Sakatpur Vas, Shikohpur, Bhondsi, Ghamdouj, Alipur Tikli, Aklimpur, Naurangpur Badgujar. Nuh’s Kota Khandevla, Gangani, Mohammadpur Ahir, Kharak, Jalalpur, Bhango, Chalka villages are included in this project. The villagers of these villages will benefit from it.

Last year, consultants of foreign firms, Alexander Kaorad Barower, Gonzalo Fernandez Hoyo, Saurav Bhayak of Netherlands had given their presentation regarding Jungle Safari. The project will have a bird park, four zones for big cats, a large area for herbivorous animals. Besides, there will be an area for exotic animals and birds, an underwater world, nature trails, visitor, tourism zone, botanical garden, biomes, equatorial, tropical, coastal, desert.

180 species of birds in Aravali

Let us tell you that the Aravalli mountain range is a cultural heritage, where many species of birds, wild animals, butterflies etc. are found. According to a survey conducted a few years ago, 180 species of birds, 15 species of mammals, 29 species of reptiles and 57 species of butterflies are present in Aravali.

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